Category: EVENTS

It’s Back: 7 dineLA Menus to Make Room for

dineLA is back!! With over 300 restaurants participating in this year’s Restaurant Week, each offering special, discount menus from January 18th-31st—now’s the time to round up the homies and find your new favorite LA spot.   Simbal | Little Tokyo

The 9 LA Art Gallery Openings You Need to Know About

    Toba Khedoori | Regen Projects January 9th – February 13th Opening Reception: Saturday, January 9th, 7 pm Toba Khedoori renders small pictorial scenes on large expanses of paper, using everyday imagery such as park benches, rocks, fences, tunnels, and

SoSuperSam is the LA DJ Putting R&B on Her Back

For an artist as expansive as Samantha Duenas (DJ SoSuperSam), it’s hard to pose questions nonchalantly. How do you casually inquire about what it’s like DJing a Vanity Fair photoshoot? Is there a way to find out what EPSN parties and Complex Magazine shoots

LA CANVAS x MAMA Shelter Present: NYE in LA

If you had plans—change them. This Thursday night, LA CANVAS is teaming up with our pals at MAMA Shelter for an epic New Year’s blow out—and you’re invited. It all kicks off on December 31st at MAMA Shelter with an open bar from 9pm-1:30am.

#BLISSEH The Elephant Kicks off Red Bull’s 20 Before 16

Um, can we talk about the elephant in the room? We’re talking about the floating pink one, chillin’ in front of the Hollywood sign this morning. According to our friends at Red Bull, it’s neither bird, nor plane — but a balloon. And

New Year’s Eve in Downtown Long Beach

Ah, New Year’s Eve. A night to reflect, dress up, and get amped for the future can be a bit of a stress-inducer when it comes to solidifying plans—but it doesn’t have to be, not if the party monsters of Downtown Long Beach

Ring It In: The Best New Years Eve Parties in LA

Alright you party animals, here’s the deal… Everyone and their grandmas’ is throwing a NYE party in LA, which leaves you with over abundance of options for places to spend your night on New Years Eve. In an effort to make assure that

The Apartment at The Line’s Holiday Soiree

Nestled on the tree-lined streets on Melrose Ave., The Apartment at The Line is art directed as a home—specifically the most drop-dead gorgeous home you’ve ever stepped foot in. West Hollywood’s most unique haunt houses refined, contemporary goods that span

Art Basel 2015’s Personal Touches

Miami’s Art Basel is known for its Warhols, its Faireys, its Harings, but it’s not just about art from guys like that which you can’t afford. Oh, you can afford it? Well then here’s a list of charities you should

Northern Grade: DTLA’s Annual Display of Talent

“We traveled from Brooklyn to Los Angeles in our ‘Coast by Coast’ van, and we’re excited to finally be here in California for the first time,” said Kristen Cleary, owner and designer at the boutique Coast by Coast. “This is an exciting

How to Party: An Introvert’s Guide to Art Basel

I am, admittedly, an Art Basel newbie. Where others have been hobnobbing with the rich in Miami each winter for years, I had no interest … until I was invited to show. It’s just that, well, a day look art

Oh Sheet, Bedstock Brought The Party To Our Rooms

For the second year in a row, we rocked out to our favorite artists – without stepping foot outside the bedroom. There are thousands of children around the world, with the same desires and ambitions as any other, who are spending the

It’s the Holidays—with a Twang

It’s no secret that the ukulele is having a moment. With notable cosigns from Tony Blair, Eddy Vedder, and Zooey Deschanel, to a host of international festivals dedicated to its glory—the ukulele has cemented its status as a universally adored instrument.   This season, the folk staple makes its way from

Gett Cozy at the Getty All Winter

The Getty Museum is an easy favorite, a beautiful facility housing impeccably curated works. Yet the holiday season brings even more reason to visit- magical, twinkling, dancing lights that decorate the grounds. Need more reason? Complimentary hot cider. Boom. Guests can

Cutting the Web: An Art Show for the Digital Age

  In the Touch Museum, Julie Weitz explores the paradoxical notion of digital humanism—a philosophy that leverages technology to enhance the human experience. Weitz aims to create an artistic experience for the 21st century millennial, steering away from the traditional—look at

LA’s Best Spot for Unique Holiday Shopping

  Our pals at Old Pasadena invite you to visit their historic downtown this holiday season for artisan gifts, pop-up activities, giveaways, and live entertainment every Saturday and Sunday through Christmas. Featuring more than 300 unique shops and restaurants, the

Arts Brookfield Brings Free Music to Downtown for “Holiday Sessions”

Contemporary music authority Arts Brookfield brings live music back to FIGat7th from December 4th-18th forHoliday Sessions. This season, enjoy free weekly concerts featuring contemporary LA musicians performing original pieces with a few surprise holiday covers. It all kicks off on